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Why Fly to Prague?
With its rich and varied architectural heritage, Prague is surely one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Architectural styles ranging from Gothic and Renaissance to Baroque and Art Nouveau are represented among the city's supremely photogenic streets.
The capital of the Czech Republic has a huge number of impressive sights including monumental Prague Castle and historic Wenceslas Square. You can use Travelzoo’s SuperSearch to find cheap flights to Prague.
Flying to Prague from the UK
Prague’s beauty attracts a great many visitors and it is often possible to find cheap flight deals to the city. It is possible to get direct flights from a number of UK airports including London Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton, as well as Manchester, Bristol, Edinburgh and other regional airports. Indirect flights with one or more stops are available from several airports including Newcastle, Glasgow and Belfast. Typically, direct flights to Prague from UK airports take between 2 to 2.5 hours.
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Which Airlines Fly to Prague?
A number of low-cost carriers and charter airlines fly from UK airports direct to Prague making it possible to find cheap flights to the Czech capital. Easyjet fly to Prague from Doncaster Sheffield, Bristol, London Gatwick and Stansted, while Ryanair fly direct from Birmingham. Bmibaby also offer direct flights from a number of UK airports including East Midlands and Manchester. Jet2.com fly from Edinburgh, Manchester and Leeds Bradford.
Mini Travel Guide to Prague
Central Prague is wonderfully walkable. The medieval streets and alleyways of the atmospheric Old Town are situated on the right bank of the Vltava river, just across the famous Charles Bridge, where snappy-happy tourists stroll and pose for photos.
With its ornate Renaissance and Baroque facades, the Old Town Square is another essential stop on any trip to Prague. Once the medieval market place and the historical heart of the city, today it is lined with pavement cafés where visitors can stop for a coffee or local beer.
The “New Town” which was established in the 14th century flanks the Old Town’s southern and eastern borders. Wenceslas Square, the heart of modern Prague is one of this district’s main attractions. Bars, restaurants and hotels are packed along this wide boulevard and the National Museum can be found at the top.